10 Conn. Pub. Int. L.J. [i] (2010-2011)

handle is hein.journals/cpilj10 and id is 1 raw text is: CONNECTICUT PUBLIC
INTEREST LAW JOURNAL
VOLUME 10              FALL-WINTER 2010               NUMBER 1
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
Is the Internet Voodoo?: Evidentiary Weight of Internet-Based Material
in  Im m igration  Court .......................................... 1
Honorable Dorothy A. Harbeck, J.D. and Yoonji Kim, J.D.
Filling the Due Process Donut Hole: Abuse and Neglect Cases between
Disposition and Permanency  ................................... 13
Josh Gupta-Kagan
The Sun Peeking Around the Corner: Illinois' New Freedom of
Information Act as a National Model ............................ 63
Sarah Klaper
Lawyers, Interrogations and the Historic Framework of Debate About
T orture  ...................................................  101
Sheldon Gelman
Bifurcated Review of Interpreter Determinations Under the Court
Interpreters  A ct ............................................ 171
David H. Chao
NOTE
Palliative Exceptions: Substance Abuse, Mental Illness, and Drug
C ourts  ...................................................  199
Andrew Wasicek

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